Headliner Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble Returns To Savannah, Virtually

By Savannah Tribune | February 02, 2022

The 33rd Annual Savannah Black Heritage Festival welcomes back the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble (CPRDE) back as a featured headliner for a virtual performance on Saturday, February 5th. The Savannah Black Heritage Festival is excited to have CPRDE return as a headlining performance. Having them return “means that our past partners still trust us and know we put on … Continue reading “Headliner Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble Returns To Savannah, Virtually”

State Rep. Edna Jackson Co-Sponsors Gun Destruction Legislation

By Savannah Tribune | February 02, 2022

State Representative Edna Jackson has signed on to House Bill 1095. She joins fellow Savannah Representative Derek Mallow and other members of the Georgia House of Representatives in trying to pass a law that would allow local law enforcement agencies to destroy weapons in the effort of disposing of these lethal guns. Rep. Jackson stated, “When a final judgment is … Continue reading “State Rep. Edna Jackson Co-Sponsors Gun Destruction Legislation”

CAT Announces New Executive Director

By Savannah Tribune | February 02, 2022

The Chatham Area Transit (CAT) Board of Directors on Tuesday unanimously selected Faye DiMassimo as the agency’s new executive director. DiMassimo brings more than 40 years of experience with federal, regional, and local public entities as well as the private sector in the development, management, and delivery of multimodal transportation programs. She is currently the Senior Advisor for Transportation and … Continue reading “CAT Announces New Executive Director”

A Potpourri Of Soul: Celebrating, Preserving & Making Black History At The Hungry Club Forum

By Savannah Tribune | February 02, 2022

The Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc. (HCFS) will present its monthly, virtual Signature Roundtable and Open Forum entitled, “A Potpourri of Soul: Celebrating, Preserving and Making Black History,” on Saturday, Feb- ruary 5, 2022 at 9:30 AM at www.facebook.com/hungryclubforumofsavannah. The program is free and open to the public and will mark Savannah’s premiere community issues forum’s annual celebration of … Continue reading “A Potpourri Of Soul: Celebrating, Preserving & Making Black History At The Hungry Club Forum”

Orlando Scott Announces Campaign For Georgia Senate District 2 Seat

By Savannah Tribune | February 02, 2022

Orlando Scott, a lifelong Savannah resident, community faith leader, and active democratic member, announced his bid for Georgia State Senate 2nd District on Monday, January 31, 2022. No stranger to politics, in 2020 Scott ran as the Democratic nominee for Chatham County Commissioner 7th District. A graduate of Savannah State University School of Business, Scott has over 20+ years of … Continue reading “Orlando Scott Announces Campaign For Georgia Senate District 2 Seat”

Roger Moss Announces Candidacy for School Board President Seat on the Chatham County Board of Education

By Savannah Tribune | February 02, 2022

Roger Moss, who co-founded the Savannah Children’s Choir and helped institute the Savannah Classical Academy, among other notable ventures, announced his candidacy for Savannah Chatham County Public School Board President at a press conference in Chippewa Square in downtown Savannah. “Our students must attend safe, inspirational, and vibrant schools where they learn the rewards of perseverance and the lifelong value … Continue reading “Roger Moss Announces Candidacy for School Board President Seat on the Chatham County Board of Education”

Garden City Homestead Association Distributes 300 Bags of Vegetables

By Savannah Tribune | February 02, 2022

The Garden City Homestead Association’s community garden shared its first harvest of the new year with the community on Saturday, Jan. 29. The public was invited to receive free vegetables in a distribution held at the garden, 4115 Second St. in Garden City, between Oak and Davis drives. The Garden City Homestead Association garden is one of nine community gardens … Continue reading “Garden City Homestead Association Distributes 300 Bags of Vegetables”

Jess Lill Promoted To Managing Attorney of The Manely Firm P.C.’s Savannah Office

By Savannah Tribune | February 02, 2022

The Manely Firm P.C. is proud to announce that Attorney Jess Lill has been promoted to lead the powerhouse Savannah Office team as the Managing Attorney. The Firm proudly practices family law throughout the state of Georgia and has the unique expertise of handling international family law cases all over the world. The Manely Firm also has attorneys that specialize … Continue reading “Jess Lill Promoted To Managing Attorney of The Manely Firm P.C.’s Savannah Office”

Savannah State University Hosts Telfair Museums’ Friends of African American Arts Exhibition for Black History Month

By Savannah Tribune | February 02, 2022

Savannah State University’s Visual and Performing Arts Program is hosting a special exhibition in collaboration with the Telfair Museums’ Friends of African American Arts (FAAA) in honor of Black History Month. The exhibit will be located in the university’s Kennedy Fine Arts Gallery from February 1 through 28, 2022. The gallery is open to the public with free admission. An … Continue reading “Savannah State University Hosts Telfair Museums’ Friends of African American Arts Exhibition for Black History Month”

SCAD Tours: Preserving Black History In Savannah’s Community

By Savannah Tribune | February 02, 2022

Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) is pleased to announce a very special tour that illuminates SCAD’s commitment to preserving local Black history and the university’s enduring fellowship with community leaders. The free bus tours will be held on Super Museum Sunday, February 6th. “It is important for SCAD to continue to build connections and relationships with the Savannah … Continue reading “SCAD Tours: Preserving Black History In Savannah’s Community”